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Rob Schneider surprises fans with AZ Raising Cane’s drive-thru

Rob Schneider took on a different role during his last appearance in Arizona.

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Rob Schneider works the drive-through at Raising Cane’s in Phoenix, Arizona. Photo by Raising Cane’s

In his latest installment, Schneider delivered laughs and chicken in a surprise appearance at a Raising Cane’s in Phoenix on Wednesday, September 21 to please fans and promote his movie, Daddy Daughter Trip, according to a Raising Cane’s press release.

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Rob Schneider works the drive-through at Raising Cane’s in Phoenix, Arizona. Photo by Raising Cane’s

“Ice lemonade is coming soon. Ice lemonade is coming,” Schneider says behind the counter, while looking at the customer, unaware that the cup he’s filling is overflowing with lemonade, a video from the company shows. “It’s fine… All right. I washed my hands yesterday. We are all fine.”

Shortly thereafter, Schneider asks the customer the usual “For here or to go?”

“To take away,” replies a customer.

“I was afraid of that,” says Schneider.

Schneider’s film, which was shot across Arizona, features Raising Cane’s in a few scenes, including one with a cameo by chain founder and co-CEO Todd Graves, according to the press release.

“I love Phoenix and Raising Cane’s. We had a blast surprising the Caniacs of Valley of the Sun Raising Cane in the drive-through today,” Schneider said in the press release.

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Rob Schneider works behind the counter at Raising Cane’s in Phoenix, Arizona. Photo by Raising Cane’s

As he walked through the restaurant’s doors, Schneider offered a three-word synopsis of the film showing a video.

“It’s about: Dad. Daughter. Trip. It’s very simple,” laughs Schneider.

The new film, starring Schneider, Jackie Sandler, John Cleese, Elle King and others, follows the story of a second grade girl who longs for a remarkable spring break trip, the press release said. To her dismay, her family cannot afford such a luxury.

Despite this, “with only coins in his pockets,” the girl’s father, played by Schneider, “takes her anyway,” the press release says.

“Just when all seems lost, they meet two travel bloggers and end up having the best spring breaks of their lives,” the press release reads.

The film’s world premiere will be held at Camelview in Scottsdale’s Fashion Square on September 27, the press release said. The film opens to the public exclusively on September 30 at the Harkins Theaters in Arizona.

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Rob Schneider works as a cashier at Raising Cane’s in Phoenix, Arizona. Photo by Raising Cane’s

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